Tag Archives: Surfing

Last week I was out in San Francisco, California working with Red Bull for their 2016 Summer Solstice Photo Challenge. For this event ten photographers were paired up with ten top Red Bull athletes and each photographer and athlete team were tasked with creating a variety of images on the day of the summer solstice. I […]

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2015 was yet another incredible year both creatively and personally. It was also another stellar year in the business and one that had quite a few moments of recognition. I gave more talks and presentations this past year than I ever have and for companies like Nikon, Elinchrom and National Geographic. Along the way, I also […]

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The Summer/Fall 2015 issue of the Michael Clark Photography Newsletter is now available for download. If you’d like to sign up for the Newsletter just drop me an email and I’ll add you to the mailing list. This issue includes an editorial about why this issue of the Newsletter is so late, a review of the Elinchrom Skyport Plus […]

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A few months ago, while in New York City meeting with various clients and sponsors, I met with the fine folks over at Popular Photography magazine. I showed them my portfolio and this wave image in my portfolio wowed them. Amazingly, just a few months later, this image (as seen below) is on the cover […]

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It’s official. We are holding our 4th Surfing Photography Workshop in February of 2016. This workshop has been so popular over the last four years that we are putting it on again. This workshop is by far one of the best workshops I have ever been a part of. In fact it is so much […]

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My thanks to Redbullphotography.com for publishing a news piece on the Hypersync Surfing project. This project has already been featured on Elinchrom.com and there was also an in-depth, geek-fest piece on the Photoshelter Blog as well. I am super stoked to work with Hypersync flash techniques as it allows me to create wild images that were […]

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My recent project Hypersync Surfing went live on Elinchrom.com last week. For this project Elinchrom and PocketWizard were kind enough to ship out quite a bit of gear, which allowed me to experiment more with Hypersync techniques and make the above image a reality. The above image was lit from 500-feet away, which is a […]

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